The first day of Ramadan 2021 starts this Tuesday 13, April 2021

The first day of Ramadan 2021 starts this Tuesday 13, April 2021

Peckham High Street Islamic and Cultural Centre (PHSICC) is pleased to announce that the first day of Ramadan 1442 will be on Tuesday 13, April 2021.

See below our Ramadan Timetable :


Eid Mubarak to all

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The Coordination Committee of Mosques and Islamic Centres in London has announced that Eid al Fitr is on Tuesday 4 June 2019
May Allah Forgive us and Grant us a great reward, and May He enable us to be better Muslims in the year ahead.

Eid prayers at the Peckham High Street Mosque:

08:00 1st Jama‘ah

09:00 2nd Jama‘ah

10:00 3rd Jama‘ah

11:00 4th Jama‘ah –

Don’t forget to pay your Zakat al-Fitr. The minimum amount is £5 per person, for everyone in the family, young or old. It MUST be paid BEFORE you perform your Eid prayer. You can pay your Zakat al-Fitr online here, or in person at the Mosque.


The Unique Reward of Fasting by Mohammed Fares

Category : News , Ramadan

It is known that as you sow, so will you reap . As long as you are industrious you will inevitably be successful . If you are helpful you will find help in time of need . It is a concrete fact that nothing unrewarded whether good or bad . If  someone does atask for you ,you will reward him especially if they do it prefectly ” the way you admire .. then the reward will be doubled  ” .  Allah, is the most sublime example , but too exalted for the like .If we submit to (obey ) his commandments and abstain from his restraints , he will reward us in life and in the life after . But Allah, Glory be to Him is the most tolerant and the All-Generous will double the reward of good deeds to ten doubles or much more .

This is perhaps because Allah cares not only for the abstract deeds but  also for the purity of intention,self-strife,sincerity and patience . He also rewards us for our love of him ,which drive us to quit what our souls long for to get his satisfaction . Allah rewards us for worship in general , but fasting has its own status . Allah has marked it with unlimited reward that our limited minds can never imagine its greatness . This is clear in a Hadith narrated by Abu-Huryra (may Allah be pleased with him) our prophet (may the blessing and peace of Allah be upon him ) said : thal Allah said in Asacred Hadith ” All human being’s deeds are for him except fasting it is for Me and  I reward for ” .

Fasting

All kinds of worship are commands of Allah ; The Great and the Almighty , then what makes fasting different, with limitless reward ?!

Unlike other act of workshop, fasting has its unique characteristics . Muslim abondons what is legal submitting to Allah’s commands . That involves hardship especially in hot weather and on long days . Muslim endures this hardship only for the sake of Allah and this  an evidence of faith strength in their hearts . Fasting is also the only worship that is void of hypocrisy . Only Allah  ‘ Glory be to Him ‘  knows whether you are true in your fasting or not . Morever ,fasting is an act of worship where patience is clearly manifested . Allah has promised the patient with limitless reward . This is referred in Allah’s saying ” The patient are rewarded to unlimited extent ” (Al zumar :10)  .

During fasting ,muslim endures the pains of hunger , thirst , the temporary weakness of their body , abondament of legal worldly desires and sins . This is only for Allah’s satisfaction , so Allah grants fasting persons uinlimited reward for their submission and patience . This is the honour of fasting at any time .

Fasting in Ramadan has its particular blessing and superiority . All acts of worship and good deeds have double reward . There are lots of Holy Quran’s Verses and Hadiths that handled the merits of fasting among them the Hadith which showed that Allah ” Glory be to Him ” oppointed a particular door in the Paradise only for fasting persons  called ” EL Rayaan ” .

Sahl Bin Saad (may Allah be pleased with him ) said , The prophet (may the blessing and peace be upon him from Allah ) said ; ” The paradise has a door called EL-Rayaan , only the fasting enter through on the Judgement Day , no one else can enter .  It is closed ,when they enter,and no one else can enter ” .

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Allah to whom be ascribed all perfection and majesty has made fasting an atonement for sins and intercession on the Judgement Day  . In a Hadith narrated by Abu Hurayra (may Allah be pleased with him ) our prophet ( may the blessing and peace from Allah be upon him ) said : ” Allah forgive  the previous sins for whoever fast Ramadan faithfully and in anticipation of Allah’s reward ” .

Amr Bin El’ass  ( may Allah be pleased with him ) narrated  that our prophet ( may peace and mercy be upon him from Allah ) said : ” Fasting and Quran intercede for the slave on the Judgement Day , Fasting says Oh , my Lord , I prevented him from worldly desires by day , would you accept my intercession . The Quran says I deprived him of sleeping at night , would you make me his intersessor . It was said  , they interceded ” .

Our prophet said : “The bad smell omitted from the mouth of the fasting person is better than the fragrance of the perfume of Misk ” .

Then we have known the great reward waiting for us ! Why don’t we aspire to perfect fasting of Ramadan and well   preparation  to reap its precious fruits . Oh ,our Lord we long for  the days of Ramadan . We plead you to make us among your pious and patient slaves .





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